Last week at Google I/O, Google showcased a new way to search using your voice. Now in the latest version of Chrome, 27, you can use this feature. All you have to do is navigate to Google.com and click on the microphone icon. You will then be asked to say your search term and Google […]
June 18, 2012 by Liam Wise
At a recent presentation, Mozilla’s Alex Limi showed off an early prototype of a new browser for the iPad called Junior. Alex called Safari for iPad “a miserable experience,”, so let’s see what is in store for Junior.
June 13, 2012 by Liam Wise
With the recent annoucement of the Retina Display Macbook Pros at WWDC this week, Google has published a blog post detailing the added support for the Retina Display.
June 7, 2012 by Liam Wise
Windows 8 is Microsoft’s next big operating system. The main thing that Microsoft has been working on is the infamous Metro UI. With the Release Preview that dropped in late May, Google has given users the chance to test out the metro version of Google Chrome in an upcoming release on the Chrome Dev Channel. Google […]
May 15, 2012 by Liam Wise
Today, Google uploaded a video to their YouTube account showcasing a new feature in Google Chrome. Tab Sync. As a chrome user this is huge! Chrome already remebers your tabs anyway but being able to open up that blog post or website is even easier with Chrome 19.
Update 6th February 2013: Instagram themselves have released the Web Feed on their website. This allows you to like, comment and view photos from the people you are following. You cannot however upload photos, you still have to use the mobile app. Read More: Instagram Lauches Web Feed Do you want instagram for your non running android or iOS device?
October 27, 2011 by Liam Wise
With the release of Google Chrome v15, Google have updated their growning web store, the Google Chrome Web Store. It has a brand new user friendly design and new features. You can access your installed apps and look at new and popular apps. The update features a mac style design with navigation remiders at the […]
September 5, 2011 by Liam Wise
Many Google Chrome users, including me have wondered why Google Chrome was called Chrome. Well, we have an answer from Glen Murphy, Design Lead